Beautiful park, worth visiting in any season. Near the main entrance there’s a huge playground, including a beach volleyball court and 2 football pitches. The upper part of the park is quieter, lots of benches are provided.
It is not easy to get there, this small palace is far away from the city centre. If you have no car with you, best to take a taxi. Inside you can see a lot of Biedermeier furniture, clocks, pictures, etc. Outside is a nice garden, good to for a picnic in summer.
My husband and I came for lunch on a recent holiday to Vienna and were pleasantly surprised to find some fantastic vegan items on the menu at this lovely restaurant not far from where we were staying. The food was delicious - we shared the spinach salad and the socca with ratatouille and thoroughly enjoyed them both. The service was...
This is "the" Hungarian Restaurant in Vienna! The menu contains all hungarian specialities you like. The quality is super and the owner are great. It is a family driven restaurant in the 18th district. It`s not in the city center but reachable via tram nr. 41. Consider making a reservation and the limited opening times.
You will love it!
The personel was really kind and cheerful.
There were special Austrian drinks in addition to international drinks.
The place looks poshy but prices were OK. Not that expensive..
The clients were also social. U can communite with locals there.
Must try the popcorn that is cooked with butter. It was reallly yummmieee.